Malaria accounts for about 90% of the global clinical cases each year. It is estimated that about 9% of overall mortality in Ghana is caused by malaria infections. Among the malaria deaths, 40% occurred among infants and children under the age of five. Due to the colossal unenthusiastic impact malaria is posturing to the socio-economic lives of the inhabitants of subSaharan Africa. Stakeholders have launched special public health programmes to help salvage the situation. In view of that the study sought to find out the effect of education on demand for preventive healthcare good against malaria infection. The study used a sample size of 800 respondents across the inhabitants of Kwabre East District in Ashanti Region. The study sampled healthcare facility users of Asonomaso Government Hospital (i.e. patients from Kasaam, Ntonso, Bonwire e.t.c.). The study adopted a recursive analysis since both descriptive and quantitative methods were used for the data analysis. A random sampling method was used to solicit for malaria outpatients respondents in the study area. The study find out that education level has a positive effect on the demand for preventive healthcare good. The further find out that the social media such as radio and television stations are the main source of information. The recommended that The various stakeholders should intensify the media advert on the use of the preventive care and the need to use such care. The education curriculum should be structured in such a way that part of the physical education syllabus should give a basic knowledge on the use of preventive care in order to fight causes of disease rather fighting symptoms in Africa.